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New dialog-free 2D animated series from French production company Studio Hari follows the adventures of Grizzy the bear and a pesky tribe of Lemmings as they attempt to co-exist in a forest ranger’s house in the Canadian wilderness.
Finland’s Animatricks Animation Festival will take place in Helsinki on April 22–24, 2016; deadline for submissions is January 31, 2016.
New generation of Quadro processors allows artists to run the same professional applications as desktop workstations at nearly the same level of performance.
Studio 100 Media signs deal with NBCUniversal’s preschool TV network Sprout for the rights to CG-animated series and Stereoscopic 3D feature, ‘Maya the Bee.’
Manchester-based studio creates award for its inaugural event; unveils new website and ticketing information.
Streaming network adding six new original animated series for older kids beginning this December, including ‘LEGO Bionicle: The Journey to One,’ ‘LEGO Friends: The Power of Friendship,’ ‘Buddy Thunderstruck,’ ‘Las Leyendas,’ ‘Glitter Force’ and DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Dawn of the Croods.’
Produced with the insight of more than 90 children, ‘Tellur Aliens’ is one of the first projects to be produced in Kazakhstan and offered through a U.S. distributor.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment’s new hit preschool property, ‘Kate & Mim-Mim,’ is acquired by major international broadcasters in Asia, the Middle East, South Africa, Finland, Russia, Poland and Turkey.
Animation Experts and VFX Luminaries behind ‘Minions,’ ‘Terminator: Genisys,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘The Hobbit,’ ‘Paddington,’ ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E,’ and more will be guests at the animago AWARD & CONFERENCE running October 15 & 16, 2015.
Fifty-two new episodes of preschool sensation ‘Peppa Pig’ currently in production; brand’s expansive international presence now includes over 700 licensing agreements globally.
Dublin-based production, distribution and licensing company JAM Media secures a key broadcast deal with ABC Australia for its new live action/animated series ‘Little Roy.’
Walt Disney Animation Studios releases a detailed breakdown of its new in-house production rendering software used on ‘Big Hero 6’ and the forthcoming ‘Zootopia.’
New short film from award-winning animation studio for Bristol Ageing Better launches at the 2015 Celebrating Age Festival.
Broadcast licensing deals for ‘The Hero of Color City,’ ‘Cleo,’ ‘Larva,’ ‘The Happets’ and ‘Vitaminix’ signed with AMC, Nickelodeon and Kidoodle.tv ahead of MIPJr.
London-based VFX house delivers main title sequence and more than 90 shots for Western thriller set in the American Civil War.
Two-thousand rendering servers and workstations now managed by Qube! render farm management software; burst licensing new hallmark of finals routine.
London-based director was shortlisted for the Young Director Award at this year's Cannes Lions for ’Flashback,’ his 60-second test for the Road Safety Authority.
“My dad always said, ‘If you read the comic strip you know who I am,’ and you can see that all the characters in the comic strip are really elements of him.”
Final version of the Chinese-made CG-animated feature took 80 million CPU render hours, compared to 60 or 70 million render hours for recent Hollywood-made animated films.
The 23rd edition of the Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film runs April 26 - May 1, 2016; deadline for entries is December 1, 2015.
The Pokémon Company International inks multiple deals with international SVOD platforms for the animated series and standalone TV specials.